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yesterday at 13:28. Facebook
Tired of January? Us too! Luckily, now is a particularly great time to visit some of our historic places or enjoy a scenic walking route. Here's some inspiration to help you plan the rest of the month!

Things to do in January

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yesterday at 09:16. Facebook
It's Winnie-the-Pooh Day! A. A. Milne, who created the famous bear, was born on this day in 1882. You can find Milne's blue plaque at 13 Mallord Street, Chelsea. [ Eht.to Link ]
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01/17/2017 at 16:42. Facebook
It's all happening on Hadrian's Wall in 2017 — and that's just one of the stories we can't wait to share with you this year.

6 stories we can't wait to tell you in 2017

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01/17/2017 at 14:37. Facebook
A selection of prehistoric sites in our care feature in the first special Royal Mail Stamps & Collectibles of 2017. Released today, the stamps include Maiden Castle, Avebury and the Neolithic flint mines at Grime’s Graves. [ Eht.to Link ]
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01/16/2017 at 10:52. Facebook
Just a quick heads up — the historic places in our care have some awesome ceilings! Have you spotted any on your travels?
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01/15/2017 at 09:02. Facebook
One of Henry VIII's finest coastal fortresses, Pendennis Castle helped to guard the port of Falmouth for over 400 years. Discover the pivotal role the castle played in the First World War in our fascinating exhibition and visit the Victorian War Shelter, where gunners slept in times of emergency. [ Eht.to Link ]
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01/14/2017 at 19:11. Facebook
With an impressive medieval tower to climb and a grand Grecian hall to roam around, Belsay Hall, Castle & Gardens makes for a wonderful day out. No trip would be complete without a wander through the unique Quarry Garden, which is filled with beautiful winter flowering plants. [ Eht.to Link ]
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01/13/2017 at 20:35. Facebook
Need a break from January, just for a couple of hours? We know the perfect place: Warkworth Castle in Northumberland! [ Eht.to Link ]
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01/13/2017 at 14:11. Facebook
From ruined abbeys to Roman temples, over 250 of the historic places in our care are completely free to visit. We've picked a selection of free sites near some of our top properties across the country, for a history-packed day out that won't break the bank. Which are you planning to explore first?

23 free places to visit near famous historic sites

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01/12/2017 at 14:59. Facebook
Orford Castle, one of England's most complete and unusual keeps, is our weekend inspiration this week. The castle is remarkably intact, allowing visitors to explore a maze of passages leading from the basement up to the roof, where magnificent sea views await. Have you ever visited? [ Eht.to Link ]
Images of Sol, the god of the sun, could be found all over the Roman Empire. However, this particular relief from Corbridge Roman Town (Hadrian's Wall) is unique as the sculptor has mixed Celtic styles with a Classical subject! [ Eht.to Link ].
What's your heritage treasure? (Asking for a friend, Heritage Lottery Fund! [ Eht.to Link ]

The secret wartime tunnels at Dover Castle are one of ours. It was here that Operation Dynamo, the greatest rescue of all time, was masterminded.
Today we're enjoying the story of Countess Isabella of Carisbrooke Castle. Isabella became a wealthy widow at the age of 23. She remained the ruler of her own destiny throughout her life, outwitting the king himself when he tried to acquire her land.

Isabella de Fortibus ‘Queen of the Wight’

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At the heart of Carn Euny Ancient Village lies its most intriguing feature, an underground passage known as a fogou. This type of Iron Age monument is found only in Cornwall and is made all the more mysterious by its purpose remaining unknown. The site is free to explore so why not visit and see what you think the fogou might have been used for?

Carn Euny Ancient Village

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Standing on the site of one of the earliest Roman forts built against Saxon raids, the medieval church at Reculver dominates the skyline of Herne Bay in Kent. The imposing towers were built in a remodelling of the church in the 12th century, and now act as a navigation marker for ships at sea. [ Eht.to Link ]
With a 4,000 year history and a 40-acre woodland park Beeston Castle is a spectacularly situated medieval castle that boasts views from the Pennines to the Welsh mountains. Take in the surroundings and learn more about the castle’s glory days as a medieval fortress to its ultimate decline in the Civil War [ Eht.to Link ]
Getting the house in order after the festive period might seem like a mammoth task but it's nothing compared to the year-round maintenance a large country house needs!

Caring for a country house

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Feeling a bit down now that Christmas is well and truly over? There's no better way to mourn the merriment of the festive season than with a traditional Twelfth Night cake!

History of the Twelfth Night cake

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What could be better this weekend than a castle boasting spectacular river and coastal views, with a dramatic and chequered history to discover? If this sounds like the day out for you then Warkworth Castle is the perfect destination! [ Eht.to Link ]
Does this look like anyone you know? It’s actually a label stop from Rievaulx Abbey and depicts a green man (a mythological figure) with foliage erupting from his mouth. Find out more at [ Eht.to Link ].